Next Saturday, March 22nd Taiwan will hold its fourth Presidential election. It's pretty much a one horse race. Sadly the legislative elections happened in January and so missed inclusion in this series. There are two tickets to choose from; Frank Hsieh/Su Tseng-chang for the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and Ma Ying-jeou/Vincent Siew for the Kuomintang (KMT). Although support for both parties has fluctuated significantly, according to a recent poll, taken on March 12th the consistent front runner remains the KMT ticket with 54% of the vote, with the DPP trailing at about 29%. The incumbent, Chen Shui-bian (DPP) is term limited and with only 17% undecided it seems like a regime change is in the offing. With the KMT in opposition to One Nation-Two system, this is another potential thorn in the PRC's side. Still, at least they're willing to talk to China which is an improvement on the DPP stance to date. Ladies and Gentlemen, cast your votes now. Regrettably, there won't be a prize for the winners.